Diane Gibfried '06 tried to keep her expectations out of the stratosphere when her creative-writing professor offered to send her final project for a children's-literature course out to publishers. She needn't have bothered. Houghton Mifflin will publish Brother Juniper this month.
Machteld Johanna Mellink, a Bryn Mawr archaeologist who was internationally known as the pre-eminent scholar of ancient Turkish cultures and a tireless defender of ethics in archaeology, died on Feb. 23.
Two basketball players, three swimmers and five indoor track and field athletes were named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll last week. Eight Bryn Mawr field-hockey players were named to the 2005 NFHCA's Academic Squad.